The amount of time it takes to create an advertisement online is about the same as it is for any other product.
But an interesting new study shows how the amount of money that goes into online advertising has risen exponentially over the last few years.
A study published by the Marketing Analytics Association (MAA) on Tuesday found that “incredible” growth in the cost of advertising has occurred since the beginning of 2016.
In the last year alone, advertising spending on social media, digital video, video ads, and mobile ads has increased more than 50%.
But that growth wasn’t evenly distributed across the industries where the advertising was done, according to the MAA.
“For the most part, advertising in the most popular and profitable industries was growing faster than in the rest of the industries,” said Richard A. Miller, CEO of the MAa.
The study’s findings indicate that the most common revenue streams for companies, from the sale of goods and services to the advertising of online products and services, have seen a significant growth in spending since the start of the year.
Among the sectors where the MAas study focuses on are healthcare and foodservice, health care, and healthcare and retail.
The MAA has published a number of studies about the growth in costs of advertising.
Among them, a 2014 study by the agency found that health care spending in the US rose an average of 6.2% over the year in the first quarter of 2016, but that spending was only $7.5 billion more than in 2015.
Another 2014 study from the same agency found the same.
That study found that advertising spending in 2016 was $9.7 billion more in the United States than in 2014.
This new study from MAA is the first to examine all industries where ads were being created.
Miller said the new study is an attempt to understand the growth of the online advertising industry over the past decade.
More than 10 years ago, the MAAs study estimated that only 25% of the $1.2 trillion in advertising spending was generated through traditional channels, which were primarily paid for by consumers.
Today, that number is closer to 50%.
The MAAs analysis indicates that while traditional media is still a key revenue stream for companies that create ads online, digital advertising is now a much bigger source of revenue than it was five years ago.
“We’re going to continue to see tremendous growth in this industry,” Miller said.
“It’s really going to change the way that we sell products, it’s going to allow for a much larger number of products to be sold, and it’s also going to enable a lot of companies to reach a much higher number of people than they were before.”
This study, which was published in the Journal of Advertising Research, analyzed a database of more than 10 million ads in 30 major markets, including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, Brazil, Russia, Australia, and Canada.
It found that the average spend on advertising over the first three months of 2017 was $8.47 million.
That number grew by more than 40% in the past year.
The study also examined the number of ad buys per week in each of those 30 markets.
This number grew from $5.16 billion in 2016 to $8 billion in 2017.
For example, in France, an average ad buy cost $8 in 2017, but the average was $10.35 in 2017 for a total spend of $20.28 million.
According to the study, that average is $3.65 more than the $2.96 spent per week that the MAAC estimates a typical consumer spends on the products they buy.